20/20 Money Episode #164 – 5 Issues on your Profit/Loss that can impact business decisions with JR Armstrong

Welcome to this episode of 20/20 Money! My guest on today’s show is JR Armstrong. JR is a CPA and partner with May & Company and similar to our firm has a focus of serving optometric practice owners nationwide. JR joins us on the show to talk about not only why it’s important to know the financials of your practice, but specifically how important it is to ensure that the financials are accurate and correct before making business decisions based on your financial metrics. We discuss items such as the importance of not going “negative equity” in your business, why it becomes really confusion to commingle business and personal expenses on one credit card, and other business financial overlooks.

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And with that introduction, I hope you enjoy my conversation with JR Armstrong.

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